WHO WE ARE
We believe that communication saves lives. CCPN focuses on the central role of communication in social and behavior change for development. We partner with the government of Nigeria, international donors and funders, non-governmental organizations and the private sector to implement programs and trainings that change lives.
To design, implement and evaluate strategic health communication programs for consumers and providers.
WHAT WE DO
At CCPN we build institutional and individual capacity in health communication including strategy development, interpersonal communication and counseling (IPC/C) trainings, radio program, media and materials design and community mobilization events. We strive to be the center of excellence in social and behavior change communication in Africa
Newman Street Television Series
Newman Street is a tale of the quest for fame, love and acceptance set in urban Nigeria. This television drama series is brought to you by CCPN and Nollywood Concept Productions (NCP).
Leadership in Strategic Health Communication
Since November 2008, CCPN has facilitated an annual Leadership in Strategic Health Communication (LSHC) training, bringing together participants from Nigeria and other countries.
Health Communication Capacity Collaborative (HC3)
The Health Communication Capacity Collaborative (HC3) is a five-year USAID funded project and CCPN is responsible for the implementation of state level communication activities and discrete national level efforts.
Nigerian Urban Reproductive Health Initiative (NURHI)
CCPN is a partner in this Bill and Melinda Gates funded project led by JHU · CCP. CCPN provides technical assistance and support to the project’s goal of developing interventions for creating demand for and sustaining use of contraceptives.